Gas-Chromatography – GC/Mass Spectrometry
All impregnation processes start with a resin. Sometime modification in the resin recipe or different plasticizers used may bring unexpected results on the final laminate meaning waste of papers and money.
Thanks to the last generation GCMS (Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry) we are able to check the chemical nature of any plasticizers in the impregnation resin.
Moreover we are able to do a qualitative determination of main ingredients in complex matrix also using Pyrolisis-GC/MS technique.
DSC - Deep characterization of resin's reactivity directly on impregnated papers
The deep characterization of impregnated paper reactivity and its performance is often crucial to avoid production issues and improve quality.
Chemisol offers a deep know-how and support thanks to the DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) technique.
Working directly with the customer’s impregnated paper is possible to:
Microscope Infrared Spectroscopy
An even more deep paper and laminate characterization is now possible with combination of a Microscope and Infrared spectroscopy.
Chemisol can offer troubleshooting analysis to a complete understanding of problem origin like:
Determination of surface energy and wettability of your laminate surface
Determination of content of Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Sulfur and Oxygen in your sample